I am a postdoc researcher at Imperial College in the Theoretical Systems Biology group and, concurrently, in the Department of Mathematics under an EPSRC grant under the Mathematics Underpinning the Digital Economy programme.
I received a PhD in theoretical physics from Imperial College in 2009 where I worked on exceptional generalized geometries in supergravity theories. I embarked on a three-year sojourn in industry before returning to academia.
The core of my research lies in the development of mathematical and statistical methods to understand the underlying mechanisms behind complex systems. My recent work span a wide range of topics covering neuroimaging statistics, information theoretic approaches to network inference, the statistical analysis of random walks, and social interaction networks in cities.